Monthly Archives: January 2010

No-Sew Block Swap

Here is a picture of the block I chose for an online no-sew block swap: 

This is called “Annie’s choice” from www.quilterscache.com and I can see why it was her choice!  It was SO easy and cut and sewn in 1/2 hour. 

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2010 brings a new mystery

Well, it really started on the US Thanksgiving weekend when my friend Celia from Seattle arrived at our B&B for the weekend with her husband Howie and her Brother Embroidery/Sewing machine.  Celia always takes her machine on vacation with her.  I would too if I could get away with it. 

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2010 brings a new mystery

Well, it really started on the US Thanksgiving weekend when my friend Celia from Seattle arrived at our B&B for the weekend with her husband Howie and her Brother Embroidery/Sewing machine.  Celia always takes her machine on vacation with her.  I would too if I could get away with it. 

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Another Christmas Quilt done and living with a wonderful family

Ever since I started sewing this quilt I knew its destiny.  Has that ever happened to you?  I loved it very much and for a nanosecond thought about keeping it for myself (it was a selfish nanosecond).  It was also at least two years as a UFO in my sewing room. 

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Another Christmas Quilt done and living with a wonderful family

Ever since I started sewing this quilt I knew its destiny.  Has that ever happened to you?  I loved it very much and for a nanosecond thought about keeping it for myself (it was a selfish nanosecond).  It was also at least two years as a UFO in my sewing room. 

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Friends’ Celtic Knot quilts

We had a wine and cheese reveal party at my friend Mary’s house.  Here are some of their quilts.  I’m sure you will agree their colours are gorgeous!  Here’s Terry’s in yellow, blue and green…a miniature.  Her squares were 1 1/2″.

My celtic knot was quilted by the lovely and talented Arlene MacKenzie (On Point Quilting Studio) and resides on my king bed.

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Friends’ Celtic Knot quilts

We had a wine and cheese reveal party at my friend Mary’s house.  Here are some of their quilts.  I’m sure you will agree their colours are gorgeous!  Here’s Terry’s in yellow, blue and green…a miniature.  Her squares were 1 1/2″.

My celtic knot was quilted by the lovely and talented Arlene MacKenzie (On Point Quilting Studio) and resides on my king bed.

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